Hey everyone! This is the Travel Challenge! I was invited by winteroseca to post one of my favourite travel pictures a day for ten days! (Thank you for the nomination!)
So, the rules are to post 10 travel pictures for 10 days and do 10 nominations. Many of you are already busy with the challenges, tags, or nominations. However, if you want to participate, consider yourself nominated! And have fun posting travel photos! By the way, if you are doing a blog about your own country, feel free to post beautiful photos from there too! We would love to see them!
If you know where one of my photos was taken, let me know in the comments. The next day, I will reveal the locations of the previous picture.
If you answered it correctly I will give you a shout out on the next post and at the end of the challenge!
Today, I nominate all of my friends – share a travel photo with me and let’s forget about the fact that we cannot live a life of adventure at this time. Let’s plan our bucket lists here and now.
Answer to Day 8: Beacon of Hope Sculpture, Thanksgiving Square, Belfast City Centre. The Thanksgiving Statue is a metal sculpture by Andy Scott, rising 19.5 metres high over the banks of the River Lagan. Characteristic of Belfast, the structure has picked up several nicknames including ‘Nuala with the Hula’, the ‘Doll on the Ball’ and the ‘Thing with the Ring’. It is currently the second largest public art sculpture in Belfast, after Rise on Broadway Roundabout, and is based on Thanksgiving Square in Dallas, Texas